Lesson Details


  • Name: T1 English W1 - Classic books and dialogues
  • Code: PR.2.6.Y6E.1
  • Specification Reference: N/A
  • Keywords: English
  • Objectives: To learn how to discuss extracts from a classic book. Summarise the main ideas drawn from more than one paragraph, identifying key details that support the main ideas. Identify and explain how language is used to help the reader visualise the setting, characters and events. Use direct evidence from sections of text to explain and justify more detailed opinions Relate languages choices by the author to the characteristics of the genre. Evaluate how effectively an author conveys their viewpoint/message. Describe and evaluate authors’ use of techniques, justifying interpretations with reference to the textTo learn to punctuate dialogue correctly using inverted commas. Use of inverted commas and other punctuation to indicate direct speech: a comma after the reporting clause; end punctuation within inverted commas Inverted commas demarcate the beginning and end of direct speech, correctly on most occasions. To learn to respond to questions about a text. Use retrieval skills to respond to increasingly abstract question prompts Secure use of skimming, scanning and text marking so research is fast and effective.To learn to use role play to plan a dialogue Show main features of the structure Ideas and events developed through some deliberate selection of phrases and vocabularyTo learn to write a dialogue using speech punctuation correctly. Features of the writing generally appropriate to the selected task – use of role play, informal language, speech punctuation Content is balanced – between action and dialogue
  • Competency: N/A
  • Proficiency: N/A
  • Mastery: N/A

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